4.13 LARCH 060 - LARCH 060 Tuesday April 13th 1999...

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LARCH 060 Tuesday, April 13th, 1999 Announcements: Thursday April 29th from 7-8pm is the slide review. Room will be announced Option of taking the final exam on April 30 (friday) from 7-8pm. Sign up with the professor Lecture notes: ..... continued from the last lecture (THE INDUSTRIAL OR MODERN CITY): Plan Voisin: proposed plan by Le Corbusier accomodating large scale ideas. 18 scyscrapers, the center of the town was the luxury apartments, town was bisected by a large road (speed=success). Major intersection was a key point as the core of the city, had some green areas between the buildings ....... this plan was never built Radiant City: also by Le Corbusier. focused on residences, beaurucratic society. Had high rise apartments with shared services. City without classes. Rooftops with park areas ...... this plan also was never built, but some ideas were used in placed like Egypt, Ethiopia, and Puerto Rico LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE AS ANALYSIS, PROCESS (60s-80s): IAN MCHARG (from Scotland):
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